Good Luck Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for Good Luck the Movie

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Inspirational buddy movie that manages to avoid the worst of sentimental excess. Tony Olezniak (D'Onofrio) is a football player left blind because of a game injury. He's on a downward spiral and winds up in jail, which is where paraplegic Bernard Lemley (Hines), once Tony's tutor, finds him. Bernard wants to enter a rigorous whitewater raft race held on Oregon's Rogue River and he needs Tony's strength to help him do it. The emotional payoff comes as the two bicker and bond instead of from the challenge of the raft race, which in itself is a change of pace. Lots of charm.


A-PIX Entertainment Inc., 200 Madison Ave., 24th Fl., New York, NY 10016, Phone: (206)284-4700, Fax: (206)286-4433

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 95 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Comedy Drama, Physical Problems, Football, Buddies, Whitewater Rafting, Men, Blindness
Bob Comfort
Vincent D'Onofrio, Gregory Hines, Max Gail, James Earl Jones, Sarah Trigger, Joe Theismann
Maximo Munzi
Richard LaBrie
Tim Truman
Richard Hahn, Shirley Honickman Hahn, Andrzej Kamrowski, Bob Comfort, East West Film Partners, A-Pix Entertainment

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